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Taking place on Wednesday 9th December, 2015
from 16:30 – 19:00 (including drinks reception) at Policy Network, 11 Tufton Street, Westminster, SW1P 3QB.
Claudia Chwalisz, senior researcher, Policy Network and public service fellow,University of Sheffield
Patrick Diamond, co-chair, Policy Network and lecturer, Queen Mary, University of London
Peter A. Hall, Krupp foundation professor, Harvard University
Angela Eagle, Labour MP and shadow secretary of state for business, innovation and skills
Phil Collins, columnist and chief leader writer, The Times
Polly Toynbee, columnist, The Guardian
Gavin Kelly, chief executive, Resolution Trust
Ania Skrzypek, senior research fellow, Foundation for European Progressive Studies
Anthony Painter, director of policy and strategy, RSA
Inequality has been increasing in most major economies, undermining long-term growth prospects and restraining short-term growth by depressing demand. The typical approach to tackling inequality has been redistributive tax-and-transfer fiscal policies. While this remains important, it does not fully address the socio-economic challenges of contemporary society. Arguably, there is a better way to tackle inequality and support sustainable growth: combining predistribution with social investment.
The predistribution agenda puts in place reforms that promote strong, inclusive growth that by its nature reduces inequality and the need for redistribution in the first place. The key pillars are financial system reform, corporate governance reform, labour market reform, market redesign and tackling inherited concentrations of wealth among the privileged.
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